Tim joined our Blue Frontier team as a software developer in 2021. After graduating from Bournemouth University, he worked in the Civil Engineering sector, initially as a junior software developer and then was quickly promoted to a software developer role.
Tim worked on a variety of desktop, web and mobile standalone applications, as well as plug-in apps for existing software focused in 3D modelling environments as well as BIM and digital twin analysis, aimed at vastly reducing workload for employees.
His outstanding problem-solving skills and creativity make him not only a proficient software developer but also a great mentor. He has experience in coaching junior employees and is a perfect example of a team player.
What are your favourite things about Blue Frontier?
The best thing about working for Blue Frontier is the knowledge and support of the team I work within, where any technical problem I face, they have a solution for. The learning aspect is what really appeals to me and enables me to grow into a better developer.
What does your Blue Frontier role involve?
My day to day work involves writing code, primarily with the .NET architecture, to extend and maintain the variety of Web and mobile projects the team works on. That can include writing SQL queries, extending automated test functionality, or simply talking to our team of testers to ensure the work we deliver is of the highest standard.
What would your dream project be?
My dream project would be developing software in a role that has a global impact, whether that was developing code for robotic prosthetics, or simply building videogames, I’d love for my work to be in the public eye.
What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
Outside of work, I enjoy playing video games, cooking something hopelessly complex in the kitchen, running and playing badminton.
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